Starting at around $140,000, the RamSan-440 can sustain a record setting 600,000 IOPS (input/outputs per second) and is available in capacities of 256GB and 512GB – four times that of its predecessor and now entry-level RamSan-400. It uses DDR2 RAM to deliver 4Gbps random read and write speeds with a latency of less than 15ms and NAND flash modules in a RAID configuration for data backup.
While such a costly and complex system might seem like overkill for a market still wary of SSD deployment in enterprise systems, TMS says it has already deployed similar products among customers in financial, telecom, e-commerce and other fields in which downtime or processing lags are not tolerated.
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